Sunday, February 12, 2006

Changes in the UN

The new reforms in the UN look intresting.

The Business has learned that Kofi Annan, the UN secretary general, has commissioned a study into the outsourcing of the department for General Assembly and Conference ­Management, the main UN ­decision-making body whose officials issue about 200 documents a day in six languages.

The move comes as the UN grapples with the oil-for-food scandal in which officials have been accused of taking bribes from Saddam Hussein’s regime.

Annan will report by the end of February on management reforms to the General Assembly. According to an internal UN document previewing Annan’s report obtained by The Business, he will include “proposals to outsource or off-shore select administrative processes” – suggesting its New York headquarters may shed staff.

I think an independent and professional managment core, not a core of UNocrats has some real intresting potential for the future.

Also intresting the World Bank and IMF also follow similar managment lines as this proposed reforms

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